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Defense to Install Health Record Viewer in Even More Facilities by the End of Next Month

The software allows clinicians to jointly access health record systems at seven VA facilities and two Defense facilities.

Changing Memories to Treat PTSD

A controversial area of brain research suggests it may be possible—but is it ethical?

 

Mother of Kidnapped U.S. Journalist to ISIS: Release My Child

The mother of Steven Sotloff, who has been held hostage for the past year, released a video message to the militant group Wednesday.

What Does ISIS Want With a Pakistani Woman Serving 86 Years in a U.S. Prison?

The militant group has taken an American hostage and demanded the release of Aafia Siddiqui. But who is she?

Republicans Recycle ‘Containment’ Line for Obama’s Iraq Strategy

Key conservative national security voices warn that containment will not work against ISIS.

No, the Ferguson Police’s Weapons Did Not Come From the Pentagon

The question of police militarization may not be purely the military's to answer.

200 Years Ago Today Washington Was On Fire

An interactive look at the burning of the nation's capital in 1814.

Obama, Iraq, and the Coming War-Powers Fight With Congress

As the United States military's intervention in Iraq intensifies, so does the debate about President Obama's muscular use of war powers.

All Clear at Fort Lee Army Base After Report of Shooter

The military post had reported an active shooting situation via social media Monday morning.

White House Calls James Foley's Murder a 'Terrorist Attack'

"If you come after Americans, we're going to come after you, wherever you are."

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Defense to Install Health Record Viewer in Even More Facilities by the End of Next Month

The software allows clinicians to jointly access health record systems at seven VA facilities and two Defense facilities.

Changing Memories to Treat PTSD

A controversial area of brain research suggests it may be possible—but is it ethical?

 

Mother of Kidnapped U.S. Journalist to ISIS: Release My Child

The mother of Steven Sotloff, who has been held hostage for the past year, released a video message to the militant group Wednesday.

What Does ISIS Want With a Pakistani Woman Serving 86 Years in a U.S. Prison?

The militant group has taken an American hostage and demanded the release of Aafia Siddiqui. But who is she?

Republicans Recycle ‘Containment’ Line for Obama’s Iraq Strategy

Key conservative national security voices warn that containment will not work against ISIS.

No, the Ferguson Police’s Weapons Did Not Come From the Pentagon

The question of police militarization may not be purely the military's to answer.

200 Years Ago Today Washington Was On Fire

An interactive look at the burning of the nation's capital in 1814.

Obama, Iraq, and the Coming War-Powers Fight With Congress

As the United States military's intervention in Iraq intensifies, so does the debate about President Obama's muscular use of war powers.

All Clear at Fort Lee Army Base After Report of Shooter

The military post had reported an active shooting situation via social media Monday morning.

White House Calls James Foley's Murder a 'Terrorist Attack'

"If you come after Americans, we're going to come after you, wherever you are."

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